Dr. Hamer also discovered that, provided there is a resolution of the conflict, every disease proceeds in two phases (Second Biological Law).
During the first, or conflict-active phase, the entire organism is geared to dealing with the conflict.
While a meaningful cell alteration runs its course on the physical level, the psyche and the vegetative autonomic nervous system also try to handle the unexpected situation.
Switched into a stress state (sympathicotonia), the mind becomes completely preoccupied with the conflict contents.
Sleep disturbances and lack of appetite are typical symptoms.
Biologically speaking, this is vital, because the focus on the conflict and the extra waking hours provide the right conditions for working through the conflict and finding a resolution.
The conflict-active phase is also called the “cold phase”.
Since the blood vessels are constricted during stress, typical symptoms of conflict activity are cold extremities (particularly cold hands), the shivers, and cold sweats.
The intensity of the symptoms is naturally dependent on the magnitude of the conflict.
If a person remains in an intense conflict-active state over a long period of time, the condition can be fatal.
But Dr. Hamer proves beyond reasonable doubt that an organism can never die of cancer, in and of itself.
A person can die as a result of mechanical complications of a tumor that, for example, occludes a vital organ such as the colon or the bile ducts, but in no way can cancer cells, as such, cause death.
In German New Medicine the distinction between “malignant” and “benign” cancers is entirely meaningless.
The term “malignant” is an artificial construct that simply indicates that the activity of cell reproduction has exceeded a certain arbitrary limit.
If a person dies during the conflict-active phase, it is usually because of energy loss, weight loss, sleep deprivation, and emotional and mental exhaustion.
Often, it is a devastating cancer diagnosis or a negative prognosis—“You have six months to live!”—that throws cancer patients (including their loved ones) into a state of despair.
With little or no hope, and deprived of their life-force, they waste away and eventually die of cachexia, an agonizing process that conventional cancer treatments only accelerate.
If the patient has not undergone any conventional treatment (especially chemotherapy or radiotherapy), GNM has a success rate of 95 to 98 percent. Ironically these statistics for Dr. Hamer’s remarkable success rate were delivered by the authorities themselves.
When Dr. Hamer was arrested in 1997 for having given three people medical advice without a medical license, the police confiscated his patients’ files and had them analyzed.
Subsequently, one public prosecutor was forced to admit during the trial that, after five years, 6,000 out of 6,500 patients with mostly “terminal” cancer were still alive.
With conventional treatment, the figures are generally just the reverse.
According to epidemiologist and biostatistician Dr. Ulrich Abel (Germany), “Success of most chemotherapies is appalling…
There is no scientific evidence for its ability to extend in any appreciable way the lives of patients suffering from the most common organic cancer…
Chemotherapy for malignancies too advanced for surgery, which accounts for 80% of all cancers, is a scientific wasteland.” (Lancet 1991).
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